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islam and asking islam to help us understand doctrine and ethics and social dimension. and in this class- i keep saying we have extraordinary classes, but indeed we do today- we're going to look at the african-american muslim movement, sometimes called the black muslim movement, nation of islam. and we're just absolutely thrilled- later in this class, we have imam wd mohammed, who will come in and handle not just questions about african-american muslim movement, but islam in general, so that's really something to look forward to. what i wanted to do was to set this up, if we could go to the graphics, to look at one of our key themes. now, not just speaking about the nation of islam here, we're speaking about islam and religion in general, as is our way in this class, but we think about identity and relationship. well, what if we talked about identity and self-esteem and relationship as empowerment? that's what i think we're seeing when we're talking about the african-american muslim movement. in other words, identity is self-esteem- a person must feel good about themselves- and relations
great class here on islam- we're going to be asking another world religion to help us understand the doctrinal dimension. but we're having so much fun and we've had such an interesting set of classes that i'd just like throw it out- whatever "it" is- once again to this great audience, and any observations you've had since we last met that bring up some of our key class themes- we're always getting some interesting comments here. yeah, virginia? >> i wasn't going to say anything this week. however- >> why not? >> i've found that- i opened new yorker, and here are political cartoons on our meditation- one thing, it says, "our journey." you know, he says, "have we arrived yet?"- these little children sitting there in meditative poses. and when we were talking about the dome of the rock, there's a spread in the magazine about that. everything seems so current now. >> you begin to see these things once you- it reminds me of my geology class. you know, i took geology to get through my general ed, and just taking that course, it helps me see more in the natural environment, and hopefull
the internet. death penalty is wanted for the people who insult islam. caroline has more. rallying people in one of the biggest protests ever held in bangladesh against what is being called online blasphemy. hundreds of people gathered to march toward the capital of d haka. callinge bussed in and for islamic -- anti-islamic to be hanged. .> things are unverified there has been no evidence produced to suggest any other bloggers have been arrested by the government. not be construed as blasphemous or towards islam. >> islamic leaders face trial for war crimes during the 1971 fight for independence. three have already been found guilty. to have been given the death sentence and one, life in prison. that led to earlier protests by people who want all of them to be executed. >> this is a great moment for the people and thousands have gathered for punishment for the war criminals. this is a critical problem. pulled -- people believe and wrong information has been given by some of the groups, the activists. people are on the streets and are vandalizing and fighting. there is a strong movement. s
party or the militia. i think the problem is that for some reason, saying islamic terrorism has become a racial statement and you get called a racist or an islam phone, which is ridiculous because there is no question that there are islamic jihadists all over the world who want to kill us. >> bill: you are a good one to ask this question because you live with these people. you dine with them. vacation with them, job with them. muslim jihadists are brutal toward women. >> yeah. >> bill: right? >> and gay people. >> bill: allf e things that the liberals love. the jihadists hate. so why are the liberal people, and i think it's more far left but the liberal media, front page article in the "new york times" today lone wolf. okay, look, believe me that's what he want this. why, i don't understand they should be just as down on the jihadists as they are on the right-wing militias. >> of course they should. >> bill: tell me why they are not. >> i guess multi-culturallism run amuck. they are not seeing reality it's not anti-muslim to criticize islamic jihadist. in fact, if you think it is, you
be thinking domestic at this point? the islamic world, certainly not to al-qaeda in terms of their world, it doesn't have any iconic significance. >> tonight a hannity in-depth investigation into the mainstream media's pathetic attempt to blame conservatives for the bombing attack. and then later. >> what about the opinion about jihad? >> the phrase of jihad has a lot of meanings within islam. and it's subject to a lot of different interpretations. >> really? you will hear what president obama really things about jihad, radical islam and the war on terror. you do not want to miss this tape. tell your friends to watch as hannity continues. you brought the flex in... as soon as i met fiona and i was describing the problem we were having with our rear brakes, she immediately triaged the situation, knew exactly what was wrong with it, the car was diagnosed properly, it was fixed correctly i have confidence knowing that if i take to ford it's going to be done correctly with the right parts and the right people. get a free brake inspection and brake pads installed for just 49.95 after rebates
in this world justifies murdering innocent people? the answer is? only radical islam allows terror murder. that's the truth. president obama doesn't want to say the truth. and the reason is politics. as we reported last night, there are muslim nations that help the u.s.a. they provide vital intelligence. their secret police actually kill jihadists. mr. obama rightly doesn't want to alienate those nations. also, most muslims on this earth are good people but think are not helping to neutralize the jihad. they are ♪ standing up against it in any numbers. that includes american muslims: they largely remain silent. this is a situation we all face in newark i jihad is real. radical muslims are killing in the people and threatening the world. country like iran would wipe out every just -- jew on earth if it could and then they would wipe us out, if it could. iran is a muslim theocracy. quantd 1068 any problem unless you stand it i believe president obama knows it's a threat to the world but he is also never never going to define it that way. not going to say what the real situation is. again, i be
, if you will, ideology, and there are three competing ideologies in the world today. islamism or islam, but i'll explain the difference in a moment, leftism, and americanism. those are the three competing ideas, two are prophettizing, one is not, americanism. i define americanism simply, not simplistically, in the book, that's why there's a copy on the cover. it occurred to me at -- in -- i don't know, about 25 years ago, emptying pockets at night, looked at the coin, and sure enough, it was amazing, there they were. the american value system on every coin, liberty, in god we trust, e plush bis you numb. i can explain them. what i call the american trinity, they are the greatest value system dictatorships vised for liberty and goodness. >> how do you define leftism? >> well, that's the thing, as i point out, that's the largest single part of the book. it has characteristics, and it begins, for example, with the belief that the greatest. state is the greatest vehicle to goodness that we rely on the state as much as possible for the welfare of people. it begins with the belief that econo
about. what the man some say that converted tamerlan tsarnaev to a radical form of islam. but first, did syria cross president obama's red line and use chemical weapons? try running four.ning a restaurant is hard, fortunately we've got ink. it gives us 5x the rewards on our internet, phone charges and cable, plus at office supply stores. rewards we put right back into our business. this is the only thing we've ever wanted to do and ink helps us do it. make your mark with ink from chase. [ dog ] you know, i just don't think i should have to wait for it! who do you think i am, quicken loans? ♪ at quicken loans, we won't make you wait for it. our efficient, online system allows us to get you through your home loan process fast. which means you'll never have to beg for a quick closing. one more way quicken loans is engineered to amaze. bonkers, look at me when i'm talking to you. >>> is syria crossing president obama's red line? defense secretary chuck hagel says there is evidence they used chemical weapons. is the administration now backing off big-time? jim acosta is in washington with t
, what are we learning about want older brother's possible tie to islamic groupings. >> fox told that investigators are looking in potential ties to caucus imerate. it is an islamic group it is based on two factorings. one the older brother's travel to russia when he went to chechnya and dagis stan and probably more important what hed on the youtube site between august of 2012 and when the attack happened. this included many videos and linkings to this extremist group in russia. this a terrorist group by the u.s. state department and the al qaeda and taliban sanctions committee two years ago. it is a well known islamic group, governor. >> what are we learning about the f.b.i.'s initial contact with the older better. >> the f.b.i. in 2011 had a request from the russian government and the f.b.i. revealed some of the details of that request. it reads in part, that the russian government had information that the older brother a follower of radical islam and strong believer and changed drastically from 20 thereto 10 and believed he was joining an unpres -- unspecified group. the f.b.i
questions about radical islam, muslim communities, and the breakdown of assimilation. what do they tell us about all this? the most accurate answer might turn out to be, not much. larger phenomenon might be at work. but these two young men may not reflect an intensification of these trends. it seems they are two alienated young men who turned toward hate and allegedly to murder. that was the point the brother's uncle made when he pointedly called his nephews losers. >> these losers. >> he was arguing against the notion that thank you the boys represented a larger community and larger trend. him and his family were part of the same chechen migration to the u.s. and law-abiding and thoroughly american. since 9/11, foreign-inspired terrorism has claimed about two dozen lives in the united states. during that same period, more than 100,000 people have been killed in gun homicides and more than 400,000 in motor vehicle accidents in america. one crucial reason the number of terrorism deaths is low is that america does not have large pools of alienated immigrants. polls have repeatedly shown, for
west that we'll look at certainly in our next class, and the quest for the islamic world to hold off against that and to take just about any measure in that. so it's an extraordinary power- we have to be very careful here because we don't know yet who is responsible for this attack. but we've seen in the name of religion- not to pick on islam by any means- but in the name of most all religions down through history, we've seen a tendency to act in a way that can somehow justify spiritually or religiously violent acts. and that's a scary point because when you think about religion, in its most beautiful form- and i hearken back to our look at the experiential dimension and mysticism when we hear these wonderful words like unity and oneness and love and interconnection- that seems to be the grounding of the ethical precepts in the various religions- love your neighbor, be kind, don't harm other people. but for me- and i wrestle with this stuff; you know, i'm not just the talking head up here, i struggle when i see violence done in the name of religion- and i began to think it's- you kno
of a cultural tradition- judaism, christianity, and islam. and so what we- we have an extraordinary opportunity, and something like a great risk. i'm surprised david ainsworth, our executive producer, hasn't come out and read this e-mail message i sent to him about three days before we're ready to go on this journey. we planned it of course for several months. we're talking about a crew of at least six people- a lot of preparation, and of course, at the time when we were set to go was one of the worst possible times in terms of the tension; you know, again, another flare-up between the united states and iraq. and i had just heard on cnn, which i finally stopped watching that the state department said, "americans, don't go here- do not go." and i wrote david this teary, ethical letter, actually saying, "my responsibility as a parent seems to keep me from taking this journey." but i was serious. i mean, i really wrestled in terms of responsibility, ethical patterns of action, because we were hearing some very frightening things about the animosity over there. when we got there- i mean, the tenden
terrorists, it's not just terrorism, it's terrorism in aid of islamic jihad. this guy joined that movement, the reason these people were killed in boston, was to further jihad. >> sean: let's say that if this terrorist at the boston marathon bombing turned out to be a fox news watcher or rush limbaugh, sean hannity, mark levin listener or bought ann coulter's book, do you think the media would be all over that saying somehow in spite of the fact none of us would ever support or inspire? >> it comes from your rhetoric. you shouldn't say the things you say. it leads to this kind of thing. and they would describe him as a right wing killer or right wing terrorist. >> sean: why won't they say -- >> or white supreme insist killer. this guy was an islamic jihad terrorist. >> sean: why won't they do that? >> i don't understand why they don't say it. i know the implications of not saying it. that's to force political correctness down into the bureaucracy. so that except for the most heroic f.b.i. agents, c.i.a. agents, everybody is going to be treading carefully in making these determinations. >>
of a larger moveme look. number the keen and intense islamic interest of the dead defendant, the fact that heéá radicalized there's no reason fori
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. she converted to islam. pollard saw him again that year at another boxing tournament in lowell, massachusetts, but he didn't seem the same. >> in 2009, just a flashier guy, sharp dresser, like kind of carried himself with a lot of confidence, and then the next year seemed like a humbler guy, dressed a lot more conservative, kind of had like -- came to the fight as we all did, hoodie, jeans. >> reporter: he also seemed more devoted to his muslim faith. >> he didn't talk that much about his faith to me until in the next year i saw him at the tournament. it was obvious that it was a bigger part of his life. he felt like the immediate need to share it with me. he was really -- you know, seemed like happy about where he was with his faith. >> tamerlan -- once tamerlan told me, mama, you know, islam is the right religion. >> reporter: tamerlan's mother witnessed her son's transformation. >> i would like, mama, you to be covered because islam is required -- requiring for women to be covered. so i said -- it was really like a little not expected aspect. so i said give me some time, you
. >> reporter: he was a follower of radical islam and a strong believer that he had changed drastically since 2010 as he prepared to leave the united states for travel to the country's region to join unspecified underground groups. the fbi says it checked u.s. government data basses, telephone communications, online activity, and also actually interviewed tamerlan tsavraev and family members. but the fbi said it did not find any terrorism activity so it gave that information to russia and asked for, but did not receive more specific or additional info. case closed. >> because additional information didn't come in, then the fbi says for our purposes under our system and with all the records and investigation we're allowed to do here, it hasn't risen to the level to warrant further investigation or full-time surveillance. >> reporter: a federal law enforce official agrees, tamerlan, not on a terror watchlist or any no-fly list. no alarm bells when tsavraev came back to the u.s. >> by the time he return, the matter had been closed. >> reporter: it's not clear if the department of homeland securi
, there was a lot of expression accord radical islam, which is exactly what it is, even though a lot of people don't want to say radical islam is jihaddist. so i'm wondering, should we be looking at different ways to identify terrorism? it seems we've gotten very good in this country. but this was a soft attack on people, on human beings. the chechen islamic radicalism is known for, schools, theaters. how should we be handling this now? it's different than past attacks? >> i remember when the london bombing took place, i was in london. i was half a block away from the first bomb in liverpool station. that was a big, big shock to the u.k. because they were -- u.k. citizens. they had a very clear profile of who they were worried about. they were worried about people who had just come into the u.k., all of a sudden they get this big surprise. they expanded their list of suspects. we're going to have to do the same thing. a lot of questions will come out of when the f.b.i. interviewed him, what did they find out? why didn't they put him on a watch list, if they didn't? why didn't they follow up and ki
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and hatred. they noticed his turn toward islam in the past few years. in addition we are learning that his american wife even converted to islam for him and began wearing traditional muslim gash shortly after and we will have much more on that this hour with ann coulter. we have extremist videos posted on what we believe to be the he would toker brother's youtube channel. and the older brother traveled back to his nature i have russia in 2011 for six months. the trip is apparently under investigation by fbi officials. they never made it into the system because according to lindsay graham, it may have been misspelled. here with us is former l.a. pd fact furman and jim emerson. welcome back to hannity. >> thank you. >> mark, you have the right to romaine silent. anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law. this is what is infuriating. he's just beginning to communicate. what information does he have? is there an ongoing threat he knows about? is there foreign connections, foreign links we don't know about? are we going to give him miranda rights at this point in time?
a hotbed of radical islamic activity. there are reports that chechens fighting in afghanistan against the united states and nato troops. al qaeda has made recruitment of chechens a priority. the appearance of chechens outside the northern caucuses is ominous. the original uprising against russia was secular and nationalist area did within this context -- nationalist. there will be no motive to attack the united states, especially after we had given them sanctuary. in the worldview of some chechens, there is been obviously some worldview radicalize as was the case of the two boston terrorists, who have turned from young people being raised here into a jihadist mentality of global war against infidels, which includes us. is this happening on a regional basis? this radicalization we saw with these two young men? why is it happening? what outside forces sought to transform the northern caucuses and central asia into a region of muslim extremism, which did not exist before? in particular, what impact the saudi arabia play, and other islamist states in sending money and missionaries to the
the contrary" first, do radical feminist group targets islam. then, the passing of the iron lady. behind the headlines: female veterans building small businesses. >> hello, i'm bonnie erbe. welcome to "to the contrary," a discussion of news and social trends from diverse perspectives. up first, sextremism. the group, femen, is trying to advance rights for islamic women. it is raising eyebrows worldwide, after femen's video and online protests against muslim countries went viral. the group's members paint messages on their chests and expose their breasts online and in outdoor protests. femen recently demonstrated to show solidarity with tunisian woman amina tyler---she had posted a facebook photo baring her own breasts to protest religious oppression. but now, the self-scribd femen member thinks the group has gone too far, after members burned a muslim flag in front of a paris mosque. and other muslim feminists are speaking out and saying these protests do not help them, because nudity is not empowering in islamic culture. >> the problem with the direct confrontation is that not only do t
and converted to islam after she met tamerlan and she is fairly observant. she does wear a head scarf and we have seen her in videos wearing that head scarf. she has moved from the apartment right here to her parents' home in rhode island where she is staying and where her attorney says she is cooperating with the authorities. >> chris lawrence there and katherine russell's lawyer she learned about her husband through news reports. >>> a separate investigation to tell you about, authorities in canada say they have foiled a terror plot and arrested two suspects. the men were planning to attack a passenger train traveling between the u.s. and can ka. >> reporter: after months of surveillance two suspects are charged with conspiracy to commit a terrorist act involving passenger trains in canada. but it had a link to al qaeda from iran, something that we have not heard before in connection with terrorist cells. take a listen. >> the individuals were receiving support from al qaeda elements located anin iran. now i can tell you there is no indication to indicate they were state sponsored. >> repo
. it is supposed to be five, actually, watching islamic videos and watching insane nonsense. he became extremely religious and tried to brain wash me to follow islam. he wanted me to hate america like he did. you know what i want to focus on? this. that was probably -- that was the -- -- >> that was a seizure. >> that was a great way to start a monday. a kitten playing around in a bowl of milk. it has to make you feel better. wk, if it is true, we keep hearing these stories and you get radicalized like that. can we just stop hand wringing? hand ringing because we can't go back. it is like getting a good to evil change, like a sex change, but good to evil. >> it is like a new hobby that takes over everything about your life, and then you can sell -- cancle -- cancel your old life. then his girlfriend watched this happen and was disturbed. i think she was lucky to separate from him as quickly as possible. >> if she is indeed telling the truth. we don't know that. of course we do. vicky, welcome to the show. rut first vicky i have run -- you are the first vicky i have run into since my baby-sitter
are in a state of war with russia. it evolved into a nationalist cause and islamic cause. different islamic groups have been active. the she saudis eave pumped in money and religious training. it's part of the international jihad, and it seems to me it's not unreasonable to assume those people attacked us in islamist motivation, and the whole movement declared war on the united states. the north caucuses. so it's not a well-known story but the facts are out there. >> we're looking at video from some of the more enemy recall chechen rebel attacks in russia, including a movie theater, subway station, i think in the case of the movie theater didn't start there but they gathered their eventual victim there even at government buildings in moscow. so some of the more extreme elements have a history of violence, and they're increment senate about -- in industrial nat about it -- indies -- indies -- -- they're bad guys. >> any war, russians against russians, is going to be brutal. we have not gotten our brutal the russians were because the russians don't allow the journalists to go into the nrth ca
that it was the islamic jihad, that was motivating force behind the terror attack? he won't say it. what do you think about that? >> two things. first of all, i think you were trying to, you know, refer to a division of the country, that is a good thing to do. that is legitimate. on monday, when mr. miller was critical of comments on wednesday, nobody knew it was islamic terrorists. we knew it was terrorism. but nobody knew on monday, we didn't know what did it. >> bill: he didn't still hasn't defined it as jihadist action. >> i wouldn't say jihadist but islam ex, they were inspired by islamic terrorism. people should be clear about that. >> why do you think the president -- >> i don't know. i'm not in charge of explaining the president. >> bill: you are a thinker, you know him well, the leader of your party. you must have an opinion on him. you have an opinion on everything else. >> one thing when they asked me to speculate, people who used to be in the line of work i used to be in speculating about things they didn't know anything. defer to law enforcement. >> bill: we didn't like that at all. spec
as a weapon is losing. >> how do we give asylum to people from islamic countries? >> we're going to have to cut off muslim students from coming to this country. >> should we really be teaching them nuclear physics? >> i want us to be able to go through this process in a way that does not demonize the entire religion. >> 90% of worldwide terrorism is radical islam. >> i find it funny that people who are angry at you over cutting off student visas are usually less angry about terrorists cutting off people's heads. >> everyone's been attacking us happens to be. >> islam is being hijacked by these people. >> these are not 6'7" norwegians. >>> good afternoon. we begin with the breakneck race to connect the dots in the boston marathon bombing. to bring a case against the perpetrators and to prevent such acts going forward. at this moment, the house intelligence committee is gathering for a closed briefing on the bombing as investigators are beginning to create a portrait of the two suspects. in this case, it may be its sheer simplicity that is the most troubling. questioned from his hospital b
ralph waldo emerson, our flag will most defiantly remain unfurled. , a house hearing on islamic extremism in chechnya. during a white house photo op 's kingorgian -- jordan abdullah, president obama discussed the civil war and other issues pretty searing government has used chemical weapons in the two-year civil war prepress and obama called the findings game changer. he said the investigation continues. this is about 10 minutes. [no audio] i want to welcome to the oval office once again king abdullah. his majesty is a great friend of the united states. jordan is a great partner to the united states on a host of issues. although we have recently seen each other, want to thank his majesty for the extraordinary hospitality he showed during our visit. there remain a host of issues in the region we will have a opportunity to discuss. first of all, i want to congratulate his majesty on syria -- the serious issue inside of jordan. we have been supportive with respect to long guarantees and other efforts in part because we have also seen the abdulla take some very important steps to fu
, on individuals connected to islamic extremist organizations in russia today. 140 people arrested, if i have my numbers right. what happened? that's a sting like we've never seen in this country. >> reporter: this is a huge effort by the security services. a religious group on the outskirts of moscow. now this group, not one that's been in the spotlight previously in accusations of connections to radicalism in the past. there's no point, no connection at this point being advertised to the boston bombings. i should point out from seeing how the security services work, they may have seized on the global spotlight of the boston bombings to perhaps crack down on a group -- group they've been wanting to make a move on for a while. we haven't seen these numbers before, given these were lone wolves operating, perhaps used this to try and preempt accusations they've not been doing enough against radicals in their midst. >> nick, thank you very much, reporting live from dagestan. republican congressman ed santa rosa chairman of the house foreign affairs committee and joins me. i want to chairmastart, ch
by extremist islamic beliefs but acted with no connection to a terrorist group. on sunday a former neighbor told "60 minutes" tamerlan grew more radical in recent years. >> he was explaining how the bible is a cheap copy of the koran. and how it's used for the american government to, as an excuse to invade other countries. and i remember he said that america is a colonial power trying to colonize the middle east and africa. he also said that most casualties in afghanistan and iraq are innocent by standers gunned down by american soldiers. >> on tuesday we learned more about federal officials contacts with tamerlan before the bombings. he had been on two different u.s. government watch lists and was the subject of at least four conversations with russian spy services. "the washington post" was told the bureau did everything legally that we can do with a little bit of information that we had. however that statement was not enough to assuage some republicans who said the boston bombings remains at war with radical islam. here's lindsey graham. >> our systems are failing and we're going backwar
religious and much more observant of his islamic faith. this came from friends that knew him. this is something that will now be a part of this investigation as the president, after speaking with reporters, following the arrest, there will be a full investigation and the full federal resources will be dedicated to answering some of these questions. that is one question that will be examined -- if there was a concern and he was on the radar, why wasn't it followed up on? thank you. more and more is being learned about the two tysarnaev brothers. there were chechen nationals who moved to the u.s. as children. >> the man in the u.s. government accused of planting two bombs hit the finish line of the boston marathon on monday -- the man's father says he does not believe his sons are guilty. >> am scared for my son. they should bring him to the police alive. >> they are ethnic chechens and settled in cambridge outside boston in 2003. after their parents at requested asylum. the 26-year-old was a well-known amateur boxer who studied engineering at a community college. he reportedly
in this difficult time. neighbors believe katherine converted to islam sometime after leaving high school. she was often seen in muslim clothing. it's possible she may have been living with her parents. but here's what paula gillette had to say. she's a neighbor in that neighborhood in north kingston, rhode island. >> they're my neighbors. they're very nice people. so i have no reason to believe they would be involved in anything like this. and still i guess don't think they would be. so i don't know all the circumstances. >> a little bit of disbelief there in that community in rhode island. it shows how widely this horror and this tragedy has spread. in the coming days and weeks, i'm sure we'll be learning more about the family and friends of both of these suspects. >> poor little girl now has to grow up knowing her father was this man. molly, thank you. >>> we're also hearing serious new questions for the federal government today. after we learned that the fbi had looked into tamerlan tsarna tsarnaev, relatively recently after a foreign government reported to be russia, alerted american auth
the comedian with insulting both the president and islam. >> jon: that's illegal? seriously, that's illegal in egypt because if insulting the president and islam were a jailable offense here, fox news go bye-bye. ( cheers and applause ) yeah. but they don't go bye-bye. you know, i guess the rules on freedom of expression are a little different in egypt. over there, you cannot insult religion. i'm just curious, what would something like insulting religion sound like anyway? >> jon: that's insulting all right. wow. i'm sure that when president morsi hears about that, he is going to be so... i'm sorry. that is president morsi? really. he didn't by any chance precede those remarks with "here's the sort of thing you shouldn't say in egypt" did he? no. by the way if you are going to nurse your children on zionist and jew hatred, you really got to breastfeed. i mean it's the only way to ensure that your kid gets all the anti-semetic nutrients that he needs. i guess in a pinch you could about gerber's elders of zion formula but it's a lesser product. you know what? that was probably a one-time thin
suspect. tamerlan's alleged turn to radical islam. we learned that he bought a large amount of fireworks leading up to the attacks which may help explain the process of perfecting their bombs. again, we're learning more about that. we'll tell you what we know. in addition to all of that, people who live and work on this stretch of boyleston street were still no go today. >>> and in a private ceremony, family members held a funeral mass for 8-year-old martin richard. we laid our son martin to rest, his parents said. and he's now at peace. it has been quite a day, but nothing compared to the night that david henneberry had on friday. that's his backyard. and that is his boat. it's where he discovered the younger suspect and then quickly called police. you may have heard the story of how it happened. that story, the one we've all been hearing, is not quite true. tonight mr. henneberry is telling it like it was speaking to the affiliate wcnbb. >> i know people say there's bloods in the boat, he saw blood when he went in. not -- >> not true? >> not true. >> the word is you saw the boat, you p
. they are on welfare. >> andrea: the mosques that these two brothers attended have tyes to radical islam. these clerics teach hate. what do you think about that? >> first of all, not only that we found out there is more information tieing the inspire magazine to these guys. tamerlan went to this fan tom fireworks shop in new hampshire february 6th and asked for the most powerful and loudest fireworks. now, on one of the pages of the "inspire magazine they recommend using gun power from fireworks. if you can't find enough matches take the gunpowder out of fireworks. >> bob: you carry that around with you. >> i will carry it around with me for few more days until we get to the bottom of what is happening here. getting radicalized through the internet and possibly through the mosque. can i point something out we talk about the cair. council on american is a islamic relations. where is cair? they denounced the bombings on friday right after it happened, okay? but they haven't since. so i emailed ibrahim hooper, who is their representative. is he a spokesperson i said, mr. hooper, do you care to respond? he
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